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Daily Fix

The Daily Fix: Tuesday

Catch up on this evening’s news stories, including: the discovery of a woman’s body in Tralee; storm to strike Christchurch; and celebrities behaving badly.

EVERY EVENING, brings you a round-up of the biggest news stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed during the day.

  • Gardaí are investigating the death of a woman in her 20s in Co Kerry, after her body was discovered in a house in Tralee this afternoon.
  • The couple accused of kidnapping 11-year-old Jaycee Dugard and keeping her captive for 18 years are understood to have confessed in a bid to reduce the wife’s sentence, according to the Guardian.
  • As winds of up to 70km are expected to sweep across Christchurch, locals are urged to wear masks to protect them from earthquake debris dust, the New Zealand Herald reports.
  • In London, controversial ice cream made with breast milk has been seized over health and safety concerns.
  • It’s been a week of celebs behaving badly: John Galliano, Charlie Sheen and Christina Aguilera have been receiving attention for all the wrong reasons lately.
  • Nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize have officially closed today. Over 200 nominations have been submitted, including one for WikiLeaks, which should please the person who posted this on a wall in Dublin city centre:

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